Ambassadors

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If you’re new to the blog, we’ve been looking at what being “in Christ” means- WHO we are, in Him. This week’s word is “ambassador.”

We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making His appeal through us. – 2 Corinthians 5:20

I was recently approved to be a brand ambassador for a new sunglasses company, Abella Eyewear. This makes me one of their official representatives. I share pictures of their eyewear, & me wearing their eyewear, helping them to spread the message that there is a great new source for stylish, high quality eyewear out there. (Stay tuned til the end for pics of cute shades & a code to save 30%). When I wear their sunglasses, I am representing them. That is what an ambassador does, represents another person or entity.

As ambassadors for Christ, we represent Him everywhere we go. When people know that you are a Christian, they watch you. They want to see if you’re going to act just like the rest of the world, or like the “religious” people they know who’ve proven through actions or lifestyle to be hypocrites. Or if you’re the real deal, a true Christian who represents all that Jesus stood for when on the earth- all that He still stands for to this day. When we wake up every day, we should be putting on Christ, wearing Him everywhere we go, letting Him shine through us. In any situation, what we say or do, or how we react, we are representing Him. We have been authorized to represent God’s Kingdom, to speak as His emissary & spread His message- that He is good, He loves all people & is not “out to get” anyone. Represent Him well!

Oh, & as promised, here’s my new favorite sunglasses:

And, you can use coupon code HSM30OFF to save 30% off your first pair!

-Walking By Faith as His Ambassodor & Finding the Blessings, Gerri

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